Jess. Jour. Fri. May 18, 1894 Mrs. Sarada Fain - At her late home in the Little Hickman neighborhood,
Mrs. Sarada Fain, widow of the late Larkin Fain, died Tuesday, aged 70 years.
The deceased was the mother of Mr. Fayette Brooks, Mrs. Green B. Sageser,
Squire Wilson Fain and Dr. Tilford Fain, of Kirksville. Mr. William Fain,
of Wilmore, is also a son of the deceased. The funeral services were
conducted at the residence by Rev. F. W. Noland yesterday; interment took
place in the Fain family burying ground near the old Potts Mill.
11/8/1918 Mattie Belle Fain, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fain, of near
Keene, died of influenza and pneumonia Friday, and the body was buried in
Pleasant Hill graveyard Saturday. The deceased, besides her parents, is
survived by four brothers; Herbert, Arthur, Leonard and Joe Lee Fain; and
four sisters, Nellie, Mary, Minnie and Elizabeth Fain.
Nathan Fain, aged 63 years, died at his home 349 South Mill
Street, Lexington, Sunday morning, Mar. 8, 1914, of apoplexy. Mr. Fain
was a native of Jessamine County and was twice married, his first wife
being Miss Sallie Young, of Madison County. Three of their children
survive; Norman, Ulmont, and Gordon Fain, of Lexington. Several years ago,
Mr. Fain was married to Miss Kettie Richardson, of Rice Station, Estill
County. Three sisters, Mrs. John Williams, of Valley View; Mrs. George
Turpin, of High Bridge; Mrs. Lucy Mahin, of Canton, Oh. Mr. Fain was engaged
in the general merchandise business in Estill County for a number of years,
but moved to Lexington about ten years ago and has been in business there
until a short time before he became ill. The remains were brought to the
Pleasant Hill burying ground and interred in the family burying lot Tuesday.
Squire Wilson Fain died suddenly, Thursday, Jan. 6,
1910, at his home near Little Hickman. He was apparently well at breakfast,
but later complained of a pain about the region of the heart. He had been
subject to acute attacks of indigestion. His son, Will Fain, was in the room
and as he went out, his father fell forward into the fireplace and, hearing
his daughter scream, Will Fain hastened into the family room, to his father's
relief. He was only slightly burned about the face and expired in a few minutes.
He was sixty-four years of age, and was born near where he had spent his life.
He leaves a wife, who was Miss Mary E. Vanpelt and three sons and two
daughters, Wm. Fain, Mrs. Wm. Collier, Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Richard
Robards, Lexington; Alvin Fain, Hanley, Harry Fain, Plymouth, Ind., all of
whom were notified by wire yesterday. For a number of years, deceased was a
member of the Jessamine Fiscal Court and he was serving his second term as
County Superintendent of Roads. He leaves two brothers, Mitchell Fain, a farmer
near Little Hickman and Wm. Fain of Garrard County. Deceased was a leading and
influential citizen and Democrat; a man of general information and high character,
respected and honored by all our citizens; a member of the Mt. Zion Methodist
church. He made a good official, both as Magistrate and Turnpike Superintendent
and the news of his sudden taking was received with expressions of regret. The
interment will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Nicholasville, Saturday afternoon.
son of the late Larkin Davis and Minnie House Fain widower of Rose Underwood Fain
preceded in death by sisters Marie and Robin Fain, Rena King, brother Stansell
survived by daughters Sharon Sears, Cheryl Plotts, and Becky Troope and grandchildren Dixie Leigh Campbell, Micah F. Plotts, Shelly Miller, and Shane Sears, 12 great grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren, and his brother Bob Fain